STUDY IN GERMANY
Germany’s universities combine age-old traditions with modern technologies. More than 300 universities are featured on Campus Germany: from time-honored institutions offering students the classical repertoire of subjects such as Medicine, Law, English and German to innovative new institutions of higher education with inter-disciplinary study programs. German universities are open to anyone who fulfills the prerequisites and academic freedom is one of the basic principles of the German university system.
German universities combine research and study. They’ve been the scene of many groundbreaking discoveries and they’re internationally renowned. German universities attract faculty and students from around the world. Modern German universities also combine theoretical work with its practical application. They both educate and train – basic research is augmented by applied research. Interdisciplinary cooperation is common and many of them cooperate closely with multinational firms and with other research institutes in Germany and abroad. In the end, this increases the graduates’ chances on the job market.
Many of today’s students no longer want a purely theoretical education. A variety of universities of applied science in Germany offer balanced academic training necessary for a professional career. Practical experience in regional companies is often part of the curriculum. German companies are interested in attracting well-trained graduates from abroad. And in many cases, these former students can continue to work for the company as a foreign spokesperson once they return home.
GERMANY FOR NEPALESE STUDENTS
Each year approximately 1500 students from Nepal go to Germany for their higher studies in different subjects at different universities. At any given moment of time, there are around 8000 students studying at German universities. Many of the Nepalese students have excellent careers after completion of their studies in Germany. Students usually apply for studying Bachelor and Master degree programs in Germany.
According to preliminary data from the German Federal Statistical Office, the number of international students in Germany in 2019 is 393,579 – a 5% increase on 2018 numbers.
WHY STUDY IN GERMANY?
Germany is the 3rd most popular study destination for International students and most of the International students study for free without having the stress of paying thousands of Euros/Dollars in tuition fees.
Basically: – +2, Bachelor and Masters can apply to study in Japan. All of the students are given the admission to study Japanese language course first.